Sun.May 31, 2020

When Reopening Schools Safety Must Come First

A Principal's Reflections

As more and more states and countries reopen their respective economies, schools will soon follow. Early lessons can be learned on how to do this successfully where this has already happened abroad.

Coronavirus Chronicles 028 – Heritage High School

Dangerously Irrelevant

I am talking with schools to see how they’re responding in the wake of this global pandemic. I invite you to join me for the Coronavirus Chronicles , a series of 10- to 15-minute check-ins with educators all over. Episode 028 is below.


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Live Streaming Video: 10 Reasons Why You Should Get Started Today!


This week I had the opportunity to present at the Independent Podcast Conference virtual event focusing on how to build a community around your podcast. My good friend Joe Pardo does a great job running these conferences and they run every other week this summer. Check out the full calendar here ).

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How to Provide Immersive Learning Experiences Remotely

EdTech Magazine

When schools across the country rapidly shifted to remote learning, educators were concerned about how they would keep students engaged outside a classroom setting.

3 Templates for Uncomplicating Your Product Management Process

In this workbook, you’ll find a comprehensive set of templates product development and cross-functional teams can adopt to better leverage your existing skills and your data.

CUE BOLD 2020: A Review


This year’s BOLD Symposium was kicked off on Monday, May 18th by CUE’s Chief Learning Officer Jon Corippo and Hyperdocs co-founder Lisa Highfill.

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Speaking, Listening Skills Have Fresh Importance


The experience of students and teachers doing whole class and small group work online underscores the need to emphasize speaking and listening skills now and for the future, writes principal Matt Renwick. He shares his school's low-key, standards-friendly teaching ideas.

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STUDENT VOICE: ‘I never imagined that I’d attend a four-year college, especially not while raising and supporting a son’

The Hechinger Report

I’m a 36-year-old single mother and a first-generation college student. I’m the older sibling to a brother who is high-functioning on the autism spectrum and a sister who has Down syndrome.

3 Ways K–12 IT Leaders Can Support Data-Driven Education

EdTech Magazine

Before technology transformed K–12 education, IT professionals and teachers mostly stayed in their own lanes: IT staff kept systems humming behind the scenes, while educators handled the classroom. Today, those lines are blurry, if not altogether erased.

8 Practical Google Advanced Search Tips for Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Here is a handy visual you can use with your students in class to help them become better Google searchers. We have outlined 8 search tips that students can use to narrow down their search and more. 2020 google search tips

The SaaS Guide to Conversion Rate Optimization

Every SaaS business has a strategic responsibility to improve Conversion Rate Optimization across their product or site. Learn 7 detailed steps to infuse data into your process, surface customer drop-off points, and generate ideas to drive conversion.

Creating Breakout Rooms with Google Meet

The Innovative Educator

It's easy to create breakout rooms using Google Meet. Start by creating a hyperdoc agenda that lists each topic and with that topic provide a link to the breakout room agenda. It's also a good idea to have a main room / lounge where participants can come at the start and end of the event.

Boost Summer Learning with the Prodigy Summer Question Quest!


Teachers, tell your students to get excited for the Prodigy Summer Question Quest! This summer, we’re on a mission to keep learning. That’s why we’re challenging all our Prodigy wizards to work together and answer a grand total of 500 million questions before they go back to school!

A Justice Letter to Educators of Color and Conscience

The Jose Vilson

This one is dedicated specifically to my educators of color and conscience, When I became a teacher, I inherited a tradition of Black teaching that spans this country’s history since time immemorial.